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The Infant of Prague (November Man #8)

3.82  ·  Rating details ·  79 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Emil Mikita is a highly visible Czech, and Devereaux, the November Man, is supposed to escort him to Paris. It is a simple task, except that Devereaux's arch-rival, Colonel Ready somehow becomes involved. Suddenly the defector is gone, and Devereaux is dead. Or is he?
Mass Market Paperback, 340 pages
Published November 1st 1988 by Warner Books (NY) (first published January 1st 1987)
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Sep 19, 2008 rated it liked it
Humor, yes there is some comic relief I suppose in this work that should not go unmentioned. Three stars are the result for this otherwise pretty good story.

A more scattered story than I had come to expect when first reading these works and thus not as absorbing as some of the other entries in the dark and dangerous world of agent November.

Not a starting point for the series, though none are truly sequential, this one does require a fair amount of knowledge to have been gleaned from other stor
Aug 25, 2011 rated it it was ok
Shelves: tried-to-read
I could not take this anymore. I GIVE UP!

A week just to ready 100pgs means it was not going to stick. Messy arrangement but undeveloped characters at the Reader almost as if to fill pages with Zero Story. Not for me.
Jul 23, 2011 rated it really liked it
I love Granger's series
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I'm reading The November Man series sequentially and this novel definitely lived up to the series for me.
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